Dia do Asteroide Portugal-Angola 2021

A Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto, a Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto, o Centro de Investigação da Terra e do Espaço da Universidade de Coimbra (CITEUC), a Associação Angolana de Físicos (AAF) e o Instituto Superior Politécnico de Benguela da Universidade de Katyavala Bwila (Angola) Read more…

Webinar: COSsim

A Agência para a Gestão Integrada de Fogos Rurais (AGIF) e a Direção-Geral do Território (DGT) convidam a Instituição que dirigem a participar no webinar ‘COSsim – uma nova cartografia de ocupação do solo para a gestão integrada de fogos rurais ‘. No âmbito do Sistema de Monitorização de Ocupação Read more…

Mitigation of asteroid risks

Teresa Seixas, Manuel Salgueiro da Silva and Fernando Pinheiro, members of the C4G’s line of action LA12. Integrated services for the mitigation of cosmic risks, became the representatives of CITEUC in the PT-Space (Portuguese Space Agency). This will enable the development and strengthening of space research in Portugal between the Read more…

About Research Infraestructures

Rui Fernandes, coordinator of C4G, was one of the guests of the National Museum of Natural History and Science of the University of Lisbon (MUHNAC ULisboa) for an online conversation about research infrastructures: what they are, what they are for, where they are and how they relate to people’s lives, Read more…

C4G day

Over the course of two days, on June 17 and 18, 2019, the Solid Earth Sciences community met at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto (FCUP), to take stock of the situation of C4G – Collaborative for Geosciences, and structure the activities to be developed in the Read more…

C4G is a new associate member of UNAVCO

C4G is a new associate member of UNAVCO

This Tuesday (December 11th, 2018), the Collaboratory for Geosciences (C4G) was announced as a new associate member of UNAVCO. The announcement was made at AGU Fall Meeting, which is being held at Washington, D.C. (USA), and it is considered one of the two most important events that reunite Earth and space scientists from all over the world.